Switzerland is set to further ease its Covid-19 entry restrictions this weekend.
From 22 January fully vaccinated arrivals will no longer be required to present a negative test.
However, those who are not vaccinated or who have not recovered from Covid will still have to take a PCR or rapid antigen test prior to arrival.
Due to limited testing capacity, travellers will also no longer be required to take follow-up tests four to seven days after entry.
A passenger locator form will only have to be completed by those travelling to Switzerland by plane or on long-distance bus service.